Dill Essential Oil has a spicy, fresh scent that is stimulating, revitalizing, and balancing. Use dill essential oil for cooking or preparing food to enhance flavor. Dill has an approximate ORAC of 356,444 (TE/L). TE/L is expressed as micromole Trolox equivalent per liter.
Historical Data: The dill plant is mentioned in the Papyrus of Ebers from Egypt (1550 BC). Roman gladiators rubbed their skin with dill before each match. Listed in Dioscorides' De Materia Medica (AD 78), Europe's first authoritive guide to medicines, that became the standard reference work for herbal treatments for over 1,700 years. It was listedin Hildegard's Medicine, a compilation of early German medicines by highly-regarded Benedictine herbalist Hildegard of Bingen (1098-1179).
Wellness Solutions: supports endocrine, immune and circulatory systems. Dill has also been researched at Cairo University for its effects in glucose and insulin levels and supporting pancreatic function. [Farag, RS, The Essential Oils of Coriander, Common Dill and Bitter Fennel and their Effects on Diabetic Rats, Bull Fac of Agric, University of Cairo, Vol. 43, No. 1 (Jan. 1992):31-44.]
Uses: Diabetes, digestive problems, liver deficiencies. Dill may also help bronchial problems, headaches and nervousness. Dill may also help normalize insulin levels, lower glucose levels, promote milk flow in nursing mothers and support pancreatic function.
Fragrance: Calms the autonomic nervous system and when diffused with Roman chamomile.
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